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With an unknown origin this strain may be a cross between Bubba Kush and Ghost OG. Its high leans toward the indica end of the spectrum and the flowers give off a dank, citrus-accented smoke. Ghost Bubba’s THC content has been measured at between 16% and 24%.
Ghost Bubba’s flowers are small, clinging together in dense, popcorn-like clusters. The buds maintain a characteristically indica structure, with small leaves that curl tightly inward toward their central stems. The leaves themselves are a vibrant spring green, although certain phenotypes of Ghost Bubba also boast shades of purple, ranging from lavender to deep indigo — these surprising hues come about thanks to pigments in the strain’s genetics called anthocyanins. Finally, cloudy white trichomes make these flower stickies to the touch.
Ghost Bubba’s flowers have a mostly woodsy, earthy aroma, with some hints of pine. A second sniff reveals some citrus tang with sweet overtones.
Ghost Bubba has several applications for medical cannabis patients. Its relaxing properties can help cope with the troubling symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. It may also take the edge off of physical aches and pains, both temporary and chronic. Anti-inflammatory properties, meanwhile, may take care of everyday irritations like cramps and nausea. Ghost Bubba’s tendency to induce the munchies also makes it a good appetite stimulant for those struggling with hunger. Because it is not likely to bring about intense, cerebral states of mind, this bud is a good option for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance
Ghost Bubba is one strain best saved for a luxurious smoker.